Cancer in Old Dogs?

Answer It may seem intrinsically unfair that your beloved canine companion, who has a short enough life span as it is, and who has never done anything but love you unconditionally, is now facing a battle ... Read More »

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How to Help Dogs With Cancer?

Much like humans, dogs can be affected by cancer of the bones, skin and organs. One of the earliest signs of cancer in a dog is loss of appetite. This will be followed by a dramatic loss in weight ... Read More »

Leg Cancer in Dogs?

Dogs, like humans, can develop leg cancer, causing sudden lameness and difficulty walking or jumping. The affected leg may become brittle and fracture easily because of the tumor in the bone, makin... Read More »

Causes of Cancer in Dogs?

Cancer is a "multifactorial" disease, meaning that there is not one single cause, according to the ASPCA. Diet and hereditary are two major causes of canine cancer, but some dogs develop cancer as ... Read More »

Cancer in Young Dogs?

Cancer is most common in middle-aged and older dogs. Cancer rates in dog are higher than human cancer rates. About one-third of dogs get cancer, and half of those dogs die from it. Some breeds have... Read More »